Cardonald in the 90s
Cardonald College Glasgow rebrands - reflecting what the College looked like at the time. The trees were a cherished asset of the College.
In the same year, Oasis is signed by Creation Records after Alan McGee discovers them in Glasgow's famous King Tut's Wah Wah Hut.
A new TV production suite is installed and the Information Centre is launched.
The first 'T in the Park' takes place in Strathclyde Park, Sony Playstation is launched and we're introduced to new 'Friends' who like to hang out in Central Perk.
Cardonald receives 'Positive about Disabled People' certification and 'Investors in People' recognition.
The Learning and Resource Centre is opened by Tom Farmer OBE, Chairman and Chief Executive of Kwik Fit.
Meanwhile, Trainspotting, starring Robert Carlyle (a former Cardonald student) and Ewan MacGregor, is released.
Scottish distance runner, Liz McColgan, wins the London Marathon.
Cardonald students organise the first Write Stuff Award; renamed this year as the Scottish Student Journalism Awards. The ceremony continues to be the key event for aspiring journalists. Since 1997, Cardonald students have organised the event every year.
Ros Micklem is appointed Principal
College shop opens for businesss and Cardonald wins SQA award for a Skillseeker course.
In recognition of our health-promoting activities, the College is awarded by 'Scotland's Health at Work'.
Cardonald plays integral role in the launch of Sunny Govan radio station1998 Yes that's right, the College provided training to 25 unemployed people, equipping them with the skills necessary to run a radio station. Sunny Govan radio still exists today.
The cladding project of the College building is complete; transforming the look of the building. The College rebrands to reflect this change.
A reform of the examination system known as 'Higher Still' takes place. In the process, a new style of Higher examination system is introduced in Scotland. The new Higher is designed to operate within a framework of qualifications known as National Qualifications.
The Scottish Parliament opens in Edinburgh.
Secretary for State for Scotland, Dr John Reid and President of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, Subhash Joshi attend the official launch of the Technology and Business Centre.
Cardonald in the 00s